22 min

How to Stop Being the Scapegoat. Six Keys Turning the Page

    • Christianity

Are you tired of being the Scapegoat but don’t know how to stop it? Six key steps to stop being the dumping ground of other people’s rubbish. 


She felt like they were making her a scapegoat.


They were saying she was responsible for all the terrible things that had happened. It was her fault. Everything bad that happened was her responsibility.


This was a pattern of abuse she had experienced for a very long time. Jenny remembered as a child that once her mother had broken a cup, but somehow it was her fault. Then, the vicious words rained down.


Now it felt like she was a human receptor for other people’s stuff.


She was wired for it. Anything that went wrong, she took the blame.


Even when they didn’t blame her or say it was her fault, she still, for some strange reason, felt she was to blame.


She reasoned that it must be something to do with her. She was a failure, and so she caused all these bad things to happen.


Jenny had a big ugly, smelly goat bleating in her brain.


This belief entered early into her brain when she started to receive the abuse of others. Then she took it on as part of her identity.


The scapegoat was as much of her identity as goat’s cheese is made of goat’s milk.


Her depression was worsening as the guilt and shame piled up. Her anxiety was building as she waited for the next guilt-filled message to be handed out and for her to take in.


She was tired. Really tired. The goat, and its bleating, was keeping her up at night and alert all day.


But now, she was beginning to wake up to the bleating, blahhing, and destructiveness of its voice.


Read more here.

Are you tired of being the Scapegoat but don’t know how to stop it? Six key steps to stop being the dumping ground of other people’s rubbish. 


She felt like they were making her a scapegoat.


They were saying she was responsible for all the terrible things that had happened. It was her fault. Everything bad that happened was her responsibility.


This was a pattern of abuse she had experienced for a very long time. Jenny remembered as a child that once her mother had broken a cup, but somehow it was her fault. Then, the vicious words rained down.


Now it felt like she was a human receptor for other people’s stuff.


She was wired for it. Anything that went wrong, she took the blame.


Even when they didn’t blame her or say it was her fault, she still, for some strange reason, felt she was to blame.


She reasoned that it must be something to do with her. She was a failure, and so she caused all these bad things to happen.


Jenny had a big ugly, smelly goat bleating in her brain.


This belief entered early into her brain when she started to receive the abuse of others. Then she took it on as part of her identity.


The scapegoat was as much of her identity as goat’s cheese is made of goat’s milk.


Her depression was worsening as the guilt and shame piled up. Her anxiety was building as she waited for the next guilt-filled message to be handed out and for her to take in.


She was tired. Really tired. The goat, and its bleating, was keeping her up at night and alert all day.


But now, she was beginning to wake up to the bleating, blahhing, and destructiveness of its voice.


Read more here.

22 min